In days gone by if you didn’t pay attention in class you were whacked or rapped on the knuckles and any signs of anxiety were instantly quashed. Immediate silence, concentration and regurgitation of facts were expected and woe betide you if you got it wrong. Are you chewing fingernails, taking long breaks in between study […]

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Dr Goldberg explores the impact of the psycho-spiritual on both the development and treatment of cancer.   In a previous article, ‘A new light on cancer treatment’, we looked at an integrated way of managing cancer by removing all external and internal environmental agencies that promote cancer growth, creating a positive lifestyle that supports healthy […]

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We are not victims or prisoners of our heredity after all. Instead we have the ability, through the power of perception, to free ourselves and evolve into who we truly are – masters of our own lives. Dr Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist who worked at the University of Wisconsin cloning human muscle cells, is […]

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²‘Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul are open.’ ~ B.K.S. Lyengar The origins of the ancient science of energy healing are rooted in Hinduism and Buddhism, and date back to the time of […]

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Expert yogi Sharni Quinn explains how you can get the maximum out of your cycling training by adding yoga into the mix. As a cyclist, you understand how to train hard, you know how to push your body and you have probably achieved great results. However, what if you could also boost your power, stay […]

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Lisa Catano shows how it is possible to take responsibility and break free from imposed fear to spare our children from the vicious cycle of mind-control programming. A child in a mind-control programme, it’s a fear-induced ‘punishment-reward system’ where the child has to keep working for their love. Because you are a child and know […]

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One of the most beautiful aspects of yoga is that it provides the perfect platform from which to reach out to others and give back, enabling you to develop your spirituality while serving others. Taking your yoga practice off your mat and into your life does not mean you are expected to do yoga poses […]

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Yoga is good for you but going to a yoga class with 60 experienced yogis might seem quite daunting, plus you can’t really find the time in your busy day and a daily yoga session at a studio can get quite expensive. So what to do? Have you ever thought of ‘Home Yoga’? A home […]

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The mind – and its emotions – is a fascinating realm to work within. When we realise that the mind and body are really one entity, it becomes very easy to nourish the mind through nutrition. Ian Craig explores this fascinating subject through personal experience. My first aha moment, when it comes to the mind […]

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Today motherhood is more complex than ever, with women attempting to juggle children, career, relationships and their own health, often even without the support of family or community. Yoga, however, can restore peace of mind and keep the body supple and toned, ready to welcome that important new little being into the world. With the […]

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